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Explore the best 3D art, virtual world exhibits and museums in Second Life.
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Snarl looks like a messed up thread, fiber, vine, etc. which curls at random in every direction. It is about 4 kilometers high. It uses three different cycles for hue, saturation and lightness, giving each prim a different color. It rebuilds once per day. It zig-zags between floor and ceiling.View this destination »
Invictus is an art installation based on the poem "Invictus" by English poet William Ernest Henley. Brought to life by Storm Septimus, this exhibit is only open through December in Second Life.View this destination »
"The Pillars: Four Moments of Contemplation" by Oberon Onmura is a forest of mountain pillars inhabited by four bots, each in his own soundscape. And then, something flickers...Oberon is known for his minimalist yet evocative style, sometimes highly scripted, and other times (such as this) more metaphoric. Open now through October at the Split Screen Installation Space.View this destination »
Come to Nitroglobus Hall for exhibitions and installations of both emerging and well-known artists. Featuring art that shows a whole range of feelings, emotions, tensions and promises. The current exhibit is "All_Most Real" by MM (mysterr).View this destination »
Visions of Beauty Art Gallery is a complex of four art filled buildings, located in Whinlatter region. The displays are the works of at least 14 artists chosen for the quality and uniqueness of their art. Art takes many forms, and you will see multiple styles as you walk through the individual galleries.View this destination »
The Last Harbor is an open space for art where you can linger among the creations by Giovanna Cerise. Relax at the seashore and discover some great artworks here.View this destination »
The Vordun Museum and Gallery is a new art and history experience in Second Life. Featuring the use of experience keys, visitors can get a real life feeling of being at a museum. Three new exhibits will be featured at The Vordun, featuring various art by masters and Second Life residents, and a historic Titanic experience.View this destination »
Ephemeral. Such a beautiful word. I find the definition matches the word itself. Its meaning is lasting a very short time...short-lived, transitory. It does give a whole new purpose to the art being created. Windlight settings and audio stream are an integral part of this installation. Please press the "play" button in your viewer. The audio stream is from Ambient Art Sound Radio, a project by Danial Kolba.View this destination »
''The only thing that you absolutely MUST know, is the location of the library.'' - Albert EinsteinView this destination »
Visit this unique art exhibit, "Who Stole the Sky?" by Brazilian digital artist Theda Tammas More info at lindenarts.blogspot.com.View this destination »
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